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What positive values are respected by all?

Michael T. Murray, ND
Naturopathic Medicine

Develop positive personal values. Our values define who we really are. Values are learned, so we can change our lives by changing our values. Values ultimately allow us to receive love and acceptance from our friends and family. Develop positive values and you will be blessed with very gratifying and rewarding relationships. Here are some universal positive values that are respected by all:

Honesty Loyalty Integrity Sincerity Humility Enthusiasm Dedication Dependability A sense of humor Open-mindedness
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